gynecology

80% of Gynecological Illnesses can be Treated with Regulation of Menstrual Cycle

March 15, 2017 Trisha Han AcupunctureHighlightsOriental Herbal Medicine

80% of gynecological illnesses are caused by irregular menstrual cycles.  If the menstrual cycle can be regulated, then many of these gynecological illnesses would disappear by themselves.  Ignoring menstrual irregularities is not smart, as they may cause many unforeseen problems later on in life.   Some common menstrual problems include menstrual cramps, bloating, headaches, spotting, back pain, and irregular […]

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Women’s Health Issue (Gynecology) #1 – Coldness

August 3, 2016 Trisha Han HighlightsSelf-Help TopicsWellness & Prevention

In the ancient times, women’s health was often a thorny issue in Chinese medicine, much like in Western Medicine not too long ago.  Women were often reluctant to discuss their problems and lifestyles openly with male doctors, and because of this, could not get the most accurate diagnosis of their conditions. Although modern women are […]

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One Spoon (Stone) to Cure (Kill) Three Birds

October 2, 2010 Trisha Han AcupunctureMisc

First please forgive me for using the word “cure” instead of “kill”.  I love birds so much and never want to harm or kill any. I have been working on a lady patient in her 20′s. She went to see me with TMJ pain with restricted motion. There are tender facial points along St6 and […]

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Another Herb Story – Why Cnidium Monnieri is called snake-bed seed in Chinese?

February 8, 2010 Trisha Han Oriental Herbal Medicine

Cnidium Monieri is an herb that is effective for the following problems: chronic tinea and scabies; eczema involving scrotum; Itchy genitals in women; Impotence. However, few western people know that this herb is called snake-bed seed in Chinese. Here is the story why. There was a village where an unidentifiable disease was rampant. Patients with […]

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